Word Families - Common English Phonograms PowerPoint. Using word families, teach phonics to emergent readers. Make flowers with the word families and put on your bulletin board. Students can make their flowers using the word family cards. Templates included. Some of the most common word families or phonograms (and the symbol representing the sound of the key vowel) in English. Includes CVC words, CVC-e words, and CVVC words. A word family or phonogram is a series of letters that is consistently used to form words. Students should study these slides in order to learn the many different words derived from the same sounds. Animated graphics. 30 word families. Color slides and slides with white background for easier printing. Use on a projector, or print out on index cards and make flash cards with them! Sunflowers and butterflies theme. Teachers can also use the slides for centers. Supports common core standards.
P.S. If you have never printed PowerPoint slides onto index cards, here is how: Go to file, print, click on properties, select postcard printing, paper size index card 4 x 6, then Okay. Then before you print, select print slides, check the box scale to fit paper. I always use print preview to make sure it is set up the way I want. Load index cards in your printer, and print them out and laminate for durability. - HappyEdugator
This is included in my Phonics PowerPoint Bundle.
Phonics PowerPoint Bundle
I also have a consonant sounds PowerPoint available at
Consonant Sounds PowerPoint
and PowerPoints for other vowels:
Short a Sounding Out Words PowerPoint
Short e Sounding Out Words PowerPoint
Short i Sounding Out Words PowerPoint
Short o Sounding Out Words PowerPoint
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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.2e Add or substitute individual sounds (phonemes) in simple, one-syllable words to make new words.
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